10 Years After Prostate Cancer Claimed Dennis Hopper’s Life, Advances Have Improved the Outlook for Men Facing Metastatic Disease

Published Oct 6, 2020

10 Years After Prostate Cancer Claimed Dennis Hopper’s Life, Advances Have Improved the Outlook for Men Facing Metastatic Disease

The rebel actor died after a recurrent prostate cancer spread to the bones. Today, hormone therapy, chemotherapy, and genetic testing benefits men with advanced disease.

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